Be Careful BBB Says With Free Trials

Yesterday, The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has a warning for smokers who  are interested in buying a “free trial” of electronic cigarettes.  BBB says to make sure you do your research.

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The BBB has received many of complaints about the so-called free trial, in just the last 12 months. Customers said they ordered what they thought was a free starter kit, and later on,  find out later the ecig company billed their credit cards for up to $200. Several different companies advertise the free starter kids and so does Electronic-Cigarette-Free, but customers complained they were charged fees and even recurring credit or debit card charges. The BBB tells us and recommends researching anything that claims to be a free trial. The agency also wants consumers to understand that some “free” offers result in monthly charges if it’s not canceled by a certain date.

When you visit our Electronic Cigarette Free Trials Reviews, please make sure to do you homework.  Sometimes paying for an e-cig upfront at say GreenSmoke or Blucigs, you might be saving more in the long run. Electronic-Cigarette-Free will make sure to do our best in letting you know of unknown costs.


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